Excuse me, I left out a very critical component of her absolute favorite meal of all time. It’s not just toast. Victoria Beckham’s ideal meal is toast but also garnished with salt. Okay, now it’s a meal. You know, I think I’m starting to realize why Victoria continues to avoid having anything to do with the Spice Girls. Nothing says, “no spice for me thanks” like admitting your mouth waters hardest for dry bread.
Victoria’s food revelation happened during a recent appearance on a food podcast, the River Café Table 4 podcast, to discus her favorite eats. When I think of hearty comfort food, I dream of diving into a giant bowl of macaroni and cheese, or absolutely annihilating an all-you-can-eat chicken finger station at a buffet. Well, Victoria too dreams of the comforts of carbs. Except her dream is to nibble daintily at a slice of whole wheat bread that has been generously slathered in a thick coating of radiant heat from an electric toasting device, then positively drenched in several grains of the ocean’s finest mineral compounds. Wow, I’m getting full just thinking about all that charred gluten. via The Mirror UK:
Lifting the lid on her favourite cuisine, Victoria said: “This is where I sound even more boring in the food department.
“I like whole grain toast with salt on it. It’s that carbohydrate that makes you feel comforted and I love salt.”
Why does this sound like an alien trying to pass as a human? Ah, the delicious carbohydrate. Sometimes I comfort myself with a protein as well, cooked in a heated hollow chamber, of course, and stuffed with only your Earth’s finest aromatic macronutrients and coagulated casein.
Victoria also divulged what she likes to order when she dines out, and here’s where she really goes wild. via The Mirror UK:
“To most restaurants I’m probably their worst nightmare. I love some steamed vegetables, some balsamic vinegar and then to season myself. I like things to be cooked in a very simple way. I don’t like oils or butters or sauces.”
Hearing that Victoria’s go-to restaurant order is a plate of soggy steamed veggies likely doesn’t come as a surprise to anyone who remembers her birthday cake from a few years ago, which was a peeled watermelon garnished with sliced strawberries. What’s her death row last meal? A Dixie Cup of tonic water and a handful of almonds? No, tonic water is too spicy.
But really, if anyone decides to once again confront Victoria Beckham for allegedly taking government relief checks last year, she can easily use this podcast interview as proof of why she needed a handout. She’s ordering the cheapest thing on the menu when she dines out, and only eating naked toast at home. Money is clearly tight. You can get suspicious about whether she really needed that cash if you see Victoria at the grocery store, splurging on a frivolous food luxury, like pepper.